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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Up to the Minute,

Writing Paper
This week we offer you an extra good 30c
paper=-about 96 sheets, cloth finish,
stylish and up-to-date at

Winter weight Rubber
Soles for

Men and Women

i1c a Pound

Society Brand Clothes
Hlave "that different air" of dis-
tinction that places them in a class
by themselves. -If you've vainly
hoped that some day you would
find a suit that measured up flush
with your ideas, your desires will
be more than realized in snappy
models we are, showing
Styles that smack with the smartness of the
boulevards and college campus, yet are in strict
keeping with refinement. See them today.

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Guaranteed Soles

Calkins' Pharmacy I
324 South State Street I

Gilmore

Shoe Co.

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Pingree Made

119 S. Main Street

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STUDENTS

FOR RENT.
For Rent-Very desirable suite at 433
Maynard at $4. Half block from
campus. Phone 1376-J.. 24-25
IVAtNTE).
Wanted-Experienced clothing sales-
man. Wagner & Co. State Street.
23-24-25
Wanted-Opportunity to supply home
cooking for "feeds," banquets, etc.
Doughnuts for smokers a specialty.
Mrs. Julia Proctor, 411 E. Universi-
ty. 820-J.

We can save you money
by trading at our store.
We carry the best line of
Men's Suits, Overoats, and
Raincoats. We also carry
the largest and most com-
plete line of Men's Furnish-
ings, fats and Caps.
Ask to see our line of all
wool Mackinaws.

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CAMPUS IN BRIEF.

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Lost-Gold watch
A. on charm.
Phone 1412-L.

)ST.
fob with initials C.
Finder please call
25-26-27

-Werner Schroeder, '14, was elected
secretary of the the Michigan Union by
the board of directors Friday, -to fill
the vacancy caused by the resigna-
tion of Fred Gould, '14.
-Less than one-seventh of the lock-
ers at Waterman gymnasium remain
unassigned. Those who wish to be
sure of a locker should report at
once as there is a large number of
freshmen who have not turned in
their locker tickets.
-A Hudson Six motor with complete
Delco ignition and lighting system,and
a Ford motor, were installed in the,
automobile laboratory yesterday af-
ternoon. A Packard 48 chassis is en
route.
-Percival Blanshard, '14, Rhodes
scholar, is now a member of Merton
college of Oxford university, England.
James K. Watson, '09, also a Rhodes
scholar at Oxford, is president of the
Oxford American club.
-The following class ganies are
scheduled for today: '16E vs. '15E;
'17E vs. '14E. Wednesday's games
are: '17 vs. '14;''16 vs. '15. On Thurs-
day '15L will play '14L. No more
games are scheduled for this week on
account of the State Teachers' Con-
vention.
The annual cross country race for
novices has been scheduled for Sat-
urday morning at 10:30 o'clock. At
that time all men who have not pre-
viously competed in an event. of the
Michigan Cross Country club will be
eligible to run over a four mile course
for an individual cup, anl bfor caps
with the C. C. C.insignia, to be award-
ed for first, second and third places.

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F WUERTH COMPI

JEWELER AND
OPTICIAN

J. B. EIBLER
109 W. Liberty Street
Across from Mack's side entrance

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THIS W
SPEC
60c
Gold In!
Station

We offer an extensive dis-
play o1 fine quality jewelry
at reasonable prices. A trial
is all we ask.

SUGDEN DR
302 S. STATE

WADHAfnS & CO;
121-123 South Main Street

Lost-Gold watch between library and
Division street. Reward if returned
to 532 Church, phone 1064-L. 25
5,189 teachers have registered.
Watch for the extra.
Modern Methods give me best re-
sults for printing and developing. Vis-
it our work room and see for your-
self. Lyndon. eod.
Liggett's Gilbert's and Fenway choc-
olates in perfect condition. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store, 122 S. Main St.
eod,

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THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stook $50,000.00
Surplus and P-ofits $100,000.00
ANN ARBOR. MIH.

LAIRD'S MODERN
The Shop on
down to

Win. Arnold
Vice-Pres.7

a n A VR n. 1 17.E s
Wrin. JBooth C. Join Woiz, Jr. 21 East
President Cashier

pJ~DNQ
0) TRADE 0
A_ MARKp
o.

A. MARQUARDT

fine
taf[oring

A "SQUARE DEAL"
for everybody is the "Spald-
ig Policy." We guarantee
each buyer of an article bear-
ing the Spalding Trade Mark
that such article will give
satisfaction and a reasonable.
aniount of service.

If you want the best
try Liggett's, Edsill's
Store, 122 So. Main St.

in Chocolates,
Rexai; Drug

Hailer JewelCo pn
Will be located in New S
306 S~ Stae St

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PADEIEREWSKI TO MAKE ANN I
Out ARBOR APPEARANCE MARCH 2.

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Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor. Main and Huron--Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

That big convention extra,
Thursday.

A. G. Spalding & Bros.
254 Woodward Ave. 'Send for
D'etroit, Mich. our Catalogue

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George Bischoff (ena~eia~vna~n
Floris Liberiy and Main Ste.
220 Chapin Skreet Phone 809-r
Choice mut flowers and plants I A Most Convenient Place for Your Banking
antivcrit fflMu~t " 11oUe
PRESS B VILDiNoMAYNARD ST.
A ross from Majesties
Exclusive Agency for
Gibson Mandolins and Guitars
The Only Instruments for Club Men
POPULAR HITS, 10 CENT PER COPY

Michigan pennants and pillow cov-
ers at Sheehan's. tf
Money on valuables, 108 East Huron.
19-33
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
Anything in the home cooking line
furnished on short notice by Mrs. Jul-
ia Proctor, 411 E. University. 820-J.
Tango tonight. Students welcome.
Fischer's ten piece orchestra. At
Packard Academy, 8:30 p. m. Admis-
sion, 50 cents.}
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music

Paderewski, the great pianistwhose
recital in Hill auditorium was post-
poned last week on account of illness,
will make his Ann Arbor appearance
March 2. After exchanging nearly a
score of telegrams with his eastern
manager, the Choral Union authori-
ties were finally able to arrange a,
date mutually agreeable.
With two concerts during the State
Teachers' Convention this week and
the Matzenauer recital early in No-
vember, it was found impossible to
arrange for Mr. Paderewski to open,
the Choral Union series. Accordingly,
it twill be opened November 12 by
Madame Matzenauer, with the Pader-
ewski concert breaking a long gap be-
tween the appearance of Carl Flesch,
February 8, and the Festival in May.
SYRACUSE GAME RELAY TEAMS
TO COMMENCE TRYOUTS TODAY
Tryouts for the relay teams which
will run between the halves at the
Syracuse game Saturday will be held
this week on Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday between 3:00 and-4:00
o'clock. On these days, the men who
wish to try for their respective teams
will be allowed to run on the Ferry
field track for the distance to be cov-
ered. The men will. be timed and the
candidates chosen for the teams on
their performance. Trainer Farrell
and Director Rowe will conduct 'the
trials.

this week.

Temporarily loated in 3
S. State one door south
new building.

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Boston Safety
Fountain Pen
c'NIVtOr
LEAK

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House.

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Michigan scrap books
$1.50 at Sheehan's.

for $1.00 and
tf

THE PEN

That big convention extra.
Thursday.

Out

WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, hand tail-'
ored.
Suits at $20.00-Adler's Make and
Style..
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf
Watch for it. The big convention
extra.

Mr WITH TH-
WI HTCom b Feed
woo

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For Sale By
and SHEEHAN BOOKSTOR E

THE WAHR

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SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR.

See

How your Clothes are cleaned.
new cleaning works open for your

GAS

COOKING

We are offering a loose leaf
full leather book for $1.50 at.
han's.

book,
Shee-
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spection. One of the finest equipped cle
plants in the world.

For Fraternity and Club Houses

Hear the Latest
Popular Songs, Ten Cents per Copy. Mandolins, Guitars,
Violins and their accessories.
Best Goods for the Least Meoiey
Call and examine our Player Pianos. Good Pianos to Rent.
Terms reasonable.

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for our
Representative to call and give yott expert advice for your Kitchen Uquip-
nient.
Waoshlenaw Gas Company

Wecall"~
and
Dieliver ""

Grinnell Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St.

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